Andrew Vidourek

Andrew Vidourek, GIT

Project Geologist

Mr. Vidourek’s responsibilities as a staff geologist include oversight of exploratory drilling, well installation, and construction projects; soil, soil vapor, air, groundwater, surface water, and sediment sampling; and water-level measurements. Mr. Vidourek is also responsible for…

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As a project manager and military professional, working at MFA has been a seamless transition as both professions encourage teamwork, problem solving, and out-of-the box solutions to achieve a common goal. The satisfaction of achieving all three for our clients, is priceless.
As a project manager and military professional, working at MFA has been a seamless transition as both professions encourage teamwork, problem solving, and out-of-the box solutions to achieve a common goal. The satisfaction of achieving all three for our clients, is priceless.
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Who is Andrew Vidourek, GIT?

Mr. Vidourek’s responsibilities as a project geologist include oversight of exploratory drilling, well installation, and construction projects; soil, soil vapor, air, groundwater, surface water, and sediment sampling; and water-level measurements. Mr. Vidourek is also responsible for conducting beneficial land and water use evaluations and regulatory compliance activities; preparing site-specific health and safety plans, cost estimates, Phase I environmental site assessments, sampling and analysis plans, remedial investigations, and feasibility studies; and managing data.

In addition to his experience at MFA, Mr. Vidourek has three years of experience managing construction of synthetic soccer and football fields as well as turf-grass baseball fields, practice facilities, and golf courses. As part of that experience, Mr. Vidourek has completed excavation, fill, and grading, and has installed storm drain and irrigation systems.

Mr. Vidourek has 15 years of experience in the Oregon Army National Guard, including 12 years as a qualified engineer officer. Mr. Vidourek has conducted and managed demolition operations; general construction engineering, plumbing, masonry, carpentry, and electrical operations; and convoy security operations. He has held several positions, including company command during a combat tour of duty in Baghdad, Iraq, where he was responsible for 131 soldiers; and a combat tour of duty in Kuwait, Jordan, and Iraq, where he was responsible for 164 soldiers. Mr. Vidourek has been awarded the 2011 General Douglas MacArthur Leadership Award, the Bronze Star Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, and Combat Action Badge by the U.S. Army.

Education

Master of Science in Geological Engineering, University of Missouri Science and Technology

 

Bachelor of Science in Turf and Landscape Management, Oregon State University

Certifications

Geologist in Training

 

40-Hour Hazardous Waste Operation Training

 

State of Washington, Certified Underground Storage Tank Site Assessor

 

First Aid/AED/CPR Training Certifications

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